Plant Biodiversity in the Anthropocene
Exploring the global patterns of plant biodiversity shaped by anthropogenic species loss and gain.
Anthromes are a global framework for observing, modeling and understanding the terrestrial biosphere on an increasingly human planet.
Anthroecology theory explains why and how human societies gained the capacity to transform Earth's ecology.
Three Global Conditions
The Three Global Conditions establishes three terrestrial conditions and proposes suites of conservation responses and production practices for each condition.
The ArchaeoGlobe Project is a massively collaborative effort to assess archaeological knowledge on human land use across the globe over the past 10,000 years.
GLOBE aims to enable new scientific workflows based on statistically robust, globally relevant integration of local and regional observations using an online social-computational system.
A new user-deployed system for mapping and measuring vegetation biomass, carbon and potentially biodiversity across landsapes using regular digital cameras and computer vision software.
Used Planet: A Global History
In Used Planet, we synthesized scientific evidence on land use intensification by contrasting two spatially explicit global reconstructions of land-use history.
A Global Assessment of Landscape Fragmentation
A global sample of landscapes are being mapped from high resolution imagery to measure and model global relationships between human populations, land use and landscape structure.
Long-Term Biogeochemical Changes in China’s Anthropogenic Landscapes
A study of the local, regional and global impacts of long-term changes in landscape structure and biogeochemistry in China's densely populated agricultural landscapes, based on intensive field research at five sites in China.